HS 236F — Strategies for Coexistence Interventions

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

Introduces and mobilizes a variety of strategies for coexistence and conflict interventions. To enable participants to analyze and match coexistence interventions to contextual needs and values frameworks of intended identity-group audiences. This includes leveraging of the appropriate role of structural approaches (such as political agreements, constitutional developments, democracy, human rights, governance, legislation, equity work, and development), as well as psycho-social, religious, dialogue and mediation approaches. To ensure students consider the ethical issues that may arise for them in the course of their work, and increase their awareness of the various codes of ethics, which have been developed to address these issues. To develop students' networking and communication skills on coexistence issues. Usually offered every year.
Eugene Kogan